In this newly translated interview from 1974, Lacan speaks with Emilio Granzotto about psychoanalysis.
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Free Read! Badiou and Roudinesco on Jacques Lacan
In this excerpt from “Jacques Lacan, Past and Present: A Dialogue,” Alain Badiou and Élisabeth Roudinesco discuss their first encounter with Jacques Lacan and his influenec on their work. Roudinesco had mostly ignored Lacan through her childhood, despite him being a family friend. Badiou, on the other hand, details his development from a Sartrean to an anti-Humanist student of Althusser before coming upon the work of Lacan.
The McRib, Your Objet A Par Excellence
Enjoy your symptom.
Got the Fear? On the Ways We Are Afraid
An investigation of fear.
Watch Lacan Get Trolled by Student in 1972
A student interrupts the psychoanalyst’s lecture in Belgium.
Foucault On Obscurantism: ‘They Made Me Do It!’
Foucault’s startling admission to John Searle.
13 Things You Didn’t Know About Deleuze and Guattari – Part I
A look into the lives of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari.
New Issue of the International Journal for Zizek Studies, Out Now (Fo’ Free)
Volume 7, #2 is out now and freely available in PDF format.
Noam Chomsky Calls Jacques Lacan a ‘Charlatan’
Noam Chomsky rails on Slavoj Zizek and Jacques Lacan.